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Across the roster, Cleveland isn't quite as bad as most these other teams, but it does have some significant question marks. Chiefly, how will the passing game perform?
28-year-old rookie Brandon Weeden will start at quarterback, and he doesn't have many wideouts to work with. Second-year pro Greg Little is the only legitimate starter.
Trent Richardson will relieve the pressure by gaining yards on the ground, and the Cleveland offensive line should be above average. Jason Pinkston and Shawn Lauvao struggled in 2011, but they are young and developing.
The Browns' defensive ends probably won't offer much of a pass rush, though Jabaal Sheard is a good player. Ahtyba Rubin is a legitimate star at defensive tackle, but the team will need Phil Taylor to return.
With D'Qwell Jackson and Chris Gocong, Cleveland isn't awful at linebacker, but it isn't great either. Joe Haden is a shutdown cornerback, but T.J. Ward is the team's only other solid defensive back.
Though Cleveland isn't really special in any one area, it is decent enough across the board to win enough games not to pick No. 1.
No. 1 Pick Odds: 4 percent